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ZooKeys 157: Research on Chrysomelidae, Volume 3

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Series: ZooKeys Volume: 157
By: Pierre Jolivet(Editor), Jorge A Santiago-Blay(Editor), Michael Schmitt(Editor)
179 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour & b/w distribution maps, tables
ZooKeys 157: Research on Chrysomelidae, Volume 3
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  • ZooKeys 157: Research on Chrysomelidae, Volume 3 ISBN: 9789546426222 Paperback Dec 2011 Out of Print #196773
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Research on Chrysomelidae Vol. 3 continues a series which began under Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden, with volume 1 in 2008. Volume 2 appeared in 2009 and had four regularly submitted papers and the Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on the Chrysomelidae (held 6-8 July, 2008 at Durban, South Africa) with nine papers based on presentations to this meeting. The present volume also combines a number of regular papers with the proceedings of a symposium.

In 2010, the European Symposium on the Biology of the Chrysomelidae was held within the frame of the IXth European Congress of Entomology (ECE) at Budapest, Hungary, on August 23. Hungary--as the host country of the congress--has a long tradition of entomological research and always had a marked bridging role in the social life of entomologists of Europe. The ECE has been co-organized by the Hungarian Entomological Society which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2010. The Hungarian Entomological Society is one of the oldest scientific societies in Hungary with continuous activity, including the 1950s, when most Hungarian societies were dissolved by the communist government. This congress offered an important opportunity for entomologist to exchange ideas, results, and social matters. On top of all, the city of Budapest provided a beautiful background to this memorable scientific and social event.

The organisers of the Symposium on Chrysomelidae are proud and happy to see their conference represented by five papers based on contributions to it in vol. 157 of ZooKeys (Research on Chrysomelidae vol. 3). Four more papers on leaf beetles complete this volume.

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Series: ZooKeys Volume: 157
By: Pierre Jolivet(Editor), Jorge A Santiago-Blay(Editor), Michael Schmitt(Editor)
179 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour & b/w distribution maps, tables
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